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Synod: Reformed Herald Report

Most synods begin with joy. Pastors and elders from across the country gather to advance the work and ministry of the denomination as a whole. This begins with informal greetings, handshakes, and hugs. The first official business we do is gathering for worship. This year’s opening worship service was conducted by Pastor Jeff Munive (from …

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Synod: Editor’s Report

Jesus famously said to His disciples: You are the light of the world (Matt.5:14). That is true of all of us whom God has graciously delivered from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the kingdom of the Son of His love (Col.1:13). Psalm 36 gives us characteristics of one under the dominion of …

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Empty Houses

Left to themselves, all on their own, No longer wanted, cared for, loved;Solitary vessels – cavernous, alone –Sail oceans of prairie; no longer home.These empty houses, old and worn,Twixt hay and wheat fields, shaved and shorn.One ponders thus, “What must have been?”And pictures what transpired then…

The Essential Writings of Heinrich Bullinger

It is my belief that modern Christianity cannot comprehend its spiritual heritage apart from the Swiss Reformation in particular. I grant that the German Reformation played somewhat of a role, but the Lutheranism that was handed over to contemporary Protestants was frequently too closely associated with many of the tenets of Roman Catholicism.For instance, both …

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It’s All About THE Story

Worshiping as a synod is a joyful experience, filled as it is with praise of our glorious God via His Word proclaimed, a multitude of voices joined in rousing response, and dependence on Him evidenced by the prayers of His saints thankful for His grace and love in Christ Jesus.During one of the worship services …

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